The problem of recycling

The problem of recycling garbage is a big problem of every city! Few people know that after the garbage is sorted, a huge part of organic waste still remains. Part of it is burnt in factories where toxic fumes and сombustion products enter the atmosphere. Do you have any idea about how much CO2 is released every day when a ton of garbage is burnt? A large amount of gas and electricity is also spent on burning, for which every resident of the city pays. And part of the organic garbage simply decays in the landfills, where, as a result of the anaerobic process, a large amount of heat and various gases are also released into the atmosphere, and harmful substances that infect groundwater get into the soil after it rains.
And this is only one part of the problem….

Let’s pay attention to the growing problem in the energy sector. Oil and gas are getting more expensive, followed by rising prices for gasoline, utility bills and all everyday goods. Many countries today are looking for new approaches to alternative energy, including those coming from waste recycling.

EURO-6 standards in the automotive industry have created a shortage in biofuels! It has only been appearing at gas stations all over Europe for the last 2-3 years. It’s no secret that it only consists of 30% of bioethanol, which is produced from agricultural crops. Their selection leads to deforestation and cutting down of precious woods, whole ecosystems that protected our planet from the greenhouse effect, purified the air are dying!

This is a very high price that we have to pay for the modernization of an entire industry.

So, what can we do?!

Our team has found a way to produce cheap BIOETHANOL from organic waste. We have created and tested this new technology in the laboratory conditions and are ready to automate it in an industrial production process.

The production of bioethanol from garbage is more environmentally friendly and TWICE as cheap as is the one coming from agricultural crops! Bioethanol produced from organic waste will cost only 0.3 euros per liter.
There is no need for expenses on sowing, equipment for processing crops, no need for storage and transportation of grain, equipment, fuel.

Bioethanol is produced from recycled raw materials and is not subject to excise duty, it is cheap to produce and therefore can be claimed to be one of the most efficient fuels in the world. Such fuel will differ favorably at gas stations in European cities, will reduce logistics costs and, as a result, prices for goods and utilities!

Our vision and solution

1. The problem

1. Waste water pollution by garbage and emission of CO2 (carbon dioxide), various gases into the atmosphere.

2. Due to the growth of bioethanol production, the selection of genetically modified agricultural crops is expending, which causes great damage to nature and whole ecosystems (for example, bees).

3. These imperceptible, at first glance, problems have already turned into a large – scale catastrophe that we are trying to change today. Each state spends a lot of money on recycling garbage, which fall on the shoulders of every citizen of every country.

2. The solution

We want to develop, study and introduce the technology of recycling organic waste into bioethanol in order the industry can move away from the recycling of crops into bioethanol because agriculture should be food but not fuel!

Waste accumulation and disposal is an increasing and accumulating problem with no obvious solution. It already is a threatening ecological catastrophe which begs for a solution. And our idea not only helps solve this, but also does it in in a financially feasible way.

3. The concept

NIKROB BIO ENGINEERING wishes to confirm all assumptions made in his concept, and for that he and his global team is looking for a research budget.

With your help we can cover all estimated costs to scientifically prove the concept’s feasibility.

By (successfully) finishing this all-important study, we can continue with an open our pilot, followed by the actual full-scale execution of modular system.

Nikrob Bio Engineering project timeline

5 stages were planned

2005 to 2010: working at a research enterprise, we were studying various groups of enzymes and yeast cultures in their interaction with organic matter.

2010 to 2017: developing a production cycle in the laboratory, the result was a technology efficient for organic waste at different seasons and temperatures.

2017 to the present day: creating a production module that allows testing the technology on an industrial scale.

Creating a full-fledged industrial-scale enterprise for the processing of organic waste.

Launch the enterprise in 50 administrative centres.

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Development, study and implementation of technology for processing organic waste into bioethanol, so that the industry can get away from processing crops into bioethanol and also contribute to saving the environment in general!

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The problem of recycling garbage is a worldwide problem and we are taking a positive action to solve this issue on a global scale. Our mission: The production of bioethanol from garbage – is not one we can achieve alone and we welcome and encourage partners to accelerate our impact.

Our mission is long term. We calculate it will take about 20 years to complete all the planned stages. Therefore, we look for long-term partnerships with those who want to make a genuine and sustained commitment to our mission, create a legacy for themselves and be part of the movement of those solving one of the biggest environmental problems of this era. Does your company want to be part of the mission?

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